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Alan Gross, an American contractor who has been imprisoned in Cuba for more than four years, began a hunger strike last week to protest his treatment by both the Cuban and U.S. governments.

At a time of soaring U.S. budget deficits, brutal economic hardship for tens of millions of Americans, and unprecedented levels of federal spending, the Obama administration is asking Congress to drastically increase U.S. funding for the scandal-plagued United Nations and its oftentimes ruthless so-called international “peacekeeping” troops. However, rather than rewarding the widely criticized “dictators’ club” with more borrowed or confiscated funds, critics say U.S. lawmakers should cut off all funding to the UN — and eventually withdraw from the sovereignty-subverting outfit altogether.

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman calls for TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) to be as strong as NATO.

A new poll reveals that a majority of Americans oppose granting President Obama fast track authority to enact the TPP. By Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.

A U.S. congressman has revealed that the Obama administration is providing critical high-tech military technology to Russia.

The U.S. Senate aid package to Ukraine includes a massive funding boost to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), but House leaders say "keep IMF out" of the package.

Has Rand Paul gone "Neocon Lite" over Russia's invasion of Ukraine? Paul, who has been widely regarded as a non-interventionist like his father, 12-term congressman and three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul, is sounding the alarm over the Ukraine turmoil as though it were right on America's doorstep.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with President Obama at the White House on March 3 and the main topic on the agenda was the U.S.-drafted framework for a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians.

Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) said "We're all Ukranians" in response to the Russian invasion and takeover of parts of Crimea.

Street-level radicals are making it easier for pinstripe revolutionaries to transform their “free trade” rhetoric into regional governance — all according to plan.

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